A charming County Antrim smallholding set on a picturesque site and comprises of a secluded detached house, stables, outhouses, horse arena, paddocks and fields.
This quaint house has been restored and maintained by the vendor to keep its unique character throughout. The sun room looks out over the remains of a megalithic cairn of great historic and spiritual value. It is approached from the road by a short private driveway.
Situated on the corner of Cairnhill Road and the Tullynewbank Road the property has direct frontage and accesses unto both roads. Conveniently located only about 2.5 miles from the Airport Road (A26 and Glenavy). 7 miles from Lisburn with the M1 (Moira) about a fifteen minute drive.
The accommodation in brief comprises:
Ground Floor - Reception hall, lounge with cast iron fireplace, dining room/hall with feature fire opening with crook, timber overmantle and wide grate. Study with mezzanine bedroom, leading to sun room, kitchen with pine units, utility room and bathroom.
First Floor - Two bedrooms. The house enjoys the benefit of oil fired central heating and PVC double glazed windows.
To the outside of the house is a large gravel yard with a 3 bay enclosed shed with two loose boxes and stores. Tractor house. Two modern stables with store room, an all weather horse area and paddocks. The fields have direct frontage and access onto both roads and are adequately fenced and in good health.